Exhibition "Un peu de chez nous" - Les Impatients

Exhibition "Un peu de chez nous"

Un peu de chez nous exhibition presents nearly 200 artworks on paper and of the same dimensions illustrating an objet, a particular vibe or nook, extracted from the domestic landscapes of Les Impatients’ creative workshops participants. This place called home, the familiar environment that makes us feel sheltered one day and cramped the other, became daily life’s main setting for the majority of us. The project was initiated and conducted in the pandemic context, and enabled les Impatients to keep in touch with the organization, and with their creativity, which is fundamental to their well-being.

The musical workshops’ participants, including the Big Bang Band members, are also participating to the project, adding to the visitors’ experience.

It’s the perfect opportunity to get out of the house and to embrace singular art!

Thanks to AGF Group Foundation for having made this workshop project possible.

 

At Les Impatients’ gallery :
100, Sherbrooke East, 4th floor, Montreal
514-842-1043

From June 1-18, 2021
Monday to Friday – 10 AM to 4 PM
Saturday June 5 – 10 AM to 4 PM

FREE ENTRENCE UPPON RESERVATION
Given the current circumstances, places are limited.

The exhibition will be presented online starting June 19th.
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Participating workshops: Montréal – Centre-ville, Trois Sapins, Centre Wellington, Côte-des-Neiges, Pointe-aux-Trembles / Drummondville – La Piaule, Maison des arts Desjardins / Musée d’art de Joliette / St-Jean-sur-Richelieu – Presbytère Cathédrale Saint-Jean L’Évangéliste / St-Jérôme – Musée d’art contemporain des Laurentides / St-Lambert – Espace création Dominique Payette / Repentigny – Centre d’art Diane Dufresne / Centre des arts de Shawinigan / Sorel-Tracy – Centre communautaire Sacré-Cœur / Ateliers de musique du centre-ville.

Thanks to the workshops leaders for their precious support!

Artwork by Céline Dubé
Tickets

Visit the exhibition at our gallery from June 1-18, 2021.

Reserve your free entry here.

Virtual Exhibition starting June 19.

Collective Exhibition